Stuart Ramsey’s blue-blooded Redoute’s Choice stallion Glenall has always shown big race promise and looked good in returning from a spell to win at Rosehill on Saturday.

Previously trained by Les Bridge, Glenall won on debut back in August before acquitting himself well in several stakes races during the autumn, albeit on unsuitable heavy tracks.

He was second in the Listed ATC Fireball Stakes and fourth to Russian Revolution and Redzel in the Group I ATC The Galaxy.


Breaking her maiden in good style at Vaal in South Africa on Tuesday was More Than Ready (USA) filly Jazaalah, who won over 1000 metres by a length for the powerful Miek de Kock stable at her second run having finished second on debut at the same venue last month.

A  full sister to Group I placed Huegill, Jazaalah was bred and offered for sale by Turangga Farm fetching $310,000 at Inglis Easter when snapped up by Shadwell Stud.


A homebred for Turangga Farm, speedy filly Empress Matilda opened her account with a brilliant front running victory at Canterbury on Friday night.

Second on debut at Warwick Farm on October 11, the Hawkes Racing trained filly stripped fitter this time around and led all the way to win the 1100 metre maiden by half a length.


Stakes-placed three times last season at three, progressive Sebring four year-old Violate struck top form to win at Caulfield on Wednesday.

A $70,000 Inglis Easter purchase for Cloud 9 Thoroughbreds from the draft of Turangga Farm, the Brent Stanley trained Violate surged clear to win by a length and a half over 2000 metres.


Turangga Farm homebred Newburgh added to the run of success being enjoyed by Vinery Stud’s All Too Hard when making it back to back wins after scoring at Gosford on Thursday.

The Team Hawkes trained colt broke his maiden last start at Newcastle and went straight on with the job at Gosford, powering home to win over 1100 metres by half a length.